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How can you teach your dog tricks?


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2009-02-28 21:20:35
2009-02-28 21:20:35

How to teach your dog tricks is easy. Don't start out as hard ones like Down, Beg, Up, Roll, and Over. Start out with some basick ones like Sit, Lay, and Bark. ll Like for Kids, they go to school. They start as Kidergarten and work their way up to inprove their work. ll It's the same with dogs. How, you say. Easy for dogs they have kidergarten too. To teach dogs tricks start out with saying Come here "Sable". Then when your dog comes, give it a treat or give it a pat and say good girl/boy. Then, say Lay Down "Sable" and if it doesn't work show it a treat or bone and then say it ones more, then if the dog still won't give it some rest for 20min. come back and try again. When you are done with Laying down, Give it a Pat ot a Treat and say Good Girl/Boy "Sable". Then you can do the same with These steps. > Kidergarten: Lay down, Sit, Bark. First Kidergarten: Roll Over, Beg, Sit, Lay. Second Kidergarten: All Congratuations your Dog "Sable" is the best of the class and has Graduated from school! Thank You, Rosallena Roth

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Yes. All dog owners do that! I have a dog and I teach her old tricks! My dog is new too!

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Yes, and if then it learns it's name, you can teach it to "sit". When you're done that, you can teach your dog up to fourteen tricks. :)

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In a science expierment my friend did it proved that you cant teach an old dog new tricks! EVEN MORE THAN U CAN TEACH YOUNGER ONES.


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